• Anemone

    Often called anemone. This is another spring plant of the same family. Rhizome and tuber perennials with a height of 10 to 100 cm. There are several species common in the Northern Hemisphere. The flowers are single, or several flowers are collected together. Perianth of various, bright colors( white, pink, yellow, blue).There are early-springing species( usually undersized), which, after flowering, lose decorativeness. There is a late flowering tall tall windswept, the elevated part of which is decorative all summer long. All windswepts are shade-loving, hygrophilous, develop well only on fertile soils.

    Oak-wooded Ore, 25 cm high, blooms in June usually with simple white flowers, but there are double forms of different colors( blue, pink, purple, red).

    Venetian Canadian, with a branchy stem about 60 cm high, blooms in May for about 30 days with cream flowers.

    Vetrenitsa Forest, about 40 cm high, blooms three weeks in May-June with white, large( diameter about 7 cm), fragrant flowers.

    Vernenitsa Lyutichna differs from the Oak forest with golden flowers. There is an interesting terry form, with a bronze drop of leaves. In contrast to Dubravnaya, it blooms in April-May.

    Venetian The crown, the most interesting plant, the cup called the Ranunculus, refers to tuberous windswepts, and we have already spoken about it.

    Japanese Vetrenica is significantly different from other windmills, above all, in height( up to 100 cm).In addition, she has beautiful, pubescent, and therefore grayish, leaves. It blooms continuously with white or pink flowers from August to frost. The plant is perfect for single or group planting on the edge of the lawn, for the rear or middle plan of mixborders, can be planted along the paths in the workbenches.

    Veterinarians reproduce by dividing rhizomes or tubers, which are usually planted in early autumn, except for the Japanese windswept, which should be planted only in the spring. Can be propagated by seeds that are sown immediately after harvesting. Flowering seedlings for 2-3 years after sowing. Wind people like rich in humus, moist soil, shady location.

    Vetrene - plants for lawns, rocky hills, flower beds, located in the shade. They blossom before other plants, they should be placed behind them, as anemones already lose their decorative qualities by June. All kinds of anemones are suitable for cutting.